A window opened for Sixto Rodriguez in the late 1960s. By the early 1970s, it had closed. Or so everyone thought. But unbeknown to almost all other than music fans and critics in South Africa, the Detroit Southwestsider who kicked out his jams in the Cass Corridor was being called the Latin Bob Dylan.
The documentary, Searching for Sugar Man
, is getting plenty of buzz in the wake of its screening at New York's Tribeca Film Festival and a release scheduled for this summer.
HuffPost Detroit is feeling it in this report.